(a.) Of or pertaining to heralds or heraldry; as, heraldic blazoning; heraldic language.
(1) Since the first sections opened, the project has been heralded as a model example of urban redevelopment and the line has contributed to the gentrification of Manhattan’s Lower West Side.
(2) Kang Hyun-kyung writes for the Korea Times, not the Korean Herald.
(3) He may be the herald of a changing morality, and even more, his art may become an instrument for such change.
(4) It has been established that the structure of depressive phases in sluggish simple schizophrenia includes specific psychopathological signs heralding defect formation and united by the notion "transitory syndrome".
(5) Castin' makes me feel good: Ghostbusters' diverse team is a victory Read more Dan Aykroyd heralds Ghostbusters cast as 'most magnificent women in comedy' Read more “There’s three drafts of the old concept that exists,” said Aykroyd.
(6) Obama expressed a hope that the decision by Republican House speaker John Boehner to allow moderates in his party to vote with Democrats to end the shutdown may herald a new era of bi-partisan co-operation in the House of Representatives .
(7) Australian mining magnate Gina Rinehart has reduced her stake in Fairfax Media, publisher of the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age newspapers, less than three weeks after she increased her investment in the group.
(8) Busulfan is not known to cause sideroblastic changes, so this was considered to herald a transformation into acute leukemia.
(9) The Audiant Bone Conductor has been heralded as an aid for use in conductive hearing loss; however, its possible use in unilateral sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) has also been proposed.
(10) Clinical presentation was most often heralded by symptoms and signs of hydrocephalus with focal neurological findings being a less prominent feature.
(11) The letters, bearing the prince's heraldic badge, were effective.
(12) If intraoperative stroke was heralded by permanent electroencephalographic changes, these were not related to the moment of cross-clamping.
(13) In Dublin, the general mood was summed up by the Evening Herald headline, referring to a slogan from an car advert featuring Henry: "It's Va Va Gloom".
(14) The Council of Mortgage Lenders, which devised the scheme with the HBF and the government, heralded the return of 95% deals, which it said would give a "welcome boost to housing market confidence".
(15) This has already been heralded as a “win” for the host nation and welcomed by the Australia’s Labor opposition.
(16) The transgenic rat therefore heralds an exciting new dimension in hypertension research.
(17) People can get bogged down in the process, because as you would expect is the normal way of events in these matters we take the legal advice, we act upon it, we mitigate the risks as best we can, but in the end the most important point here is the Australian public wants from their government a piece of legislation that will keep them safe as possible and that is what we are proposing.” The last cabinet discussion was the subject of an extraordinary leak to the Sydney Morning Herald , which showed ministers angry that the proposal had been sprung on them without a submission or documentation.
(18) News Limited is the Australian arm of the global company News Corporation and publishes more than 140 newspaper titles across the country including the major tabloid titles down the east coast, the Daily Telegraph, the Herald-Sun and the Courier-Mail as well as the national broadsheet the Australian.
(19) The former deputy editor of the Sunday Herald, David Milne, has been appointed online editor for the new site.
(20) The anticipated "big reveal" had been published in the New Zealand Herald several hours before the town hall extravaganza.
(n.) Everything that grows, and bears a green leaf, within the forest; as, to preserve vert and venison is the duty of the verderer.
(n.) The right or privilege of cutting growing wood.
(n.) The color green, represented in a drawing or engraving by parallel lines sloping downward toward the right.
(1) The VERT VOR time constant was marginally affected by the deficit.
(2) At the Montenvers railway turn right and zigzag easily up the extra 150m to grab great views of the pinnacles of the Aiguille Verte at 4,122m, Les Drus and the Mer de Glace (sea of ice).
(3) HOR and VERT VOR gain was within normal limits 1-3 months following an acute paralysis; time constants required a longer recovery period.
(4) An End the Omertà petition, which criticises an alleged Mafia-style code of silence around harassment, was published on the front page of the daily Libération on Tuesday after the MP Denis Baupin resigned as deputy parliamentary speaker following allegations made against him by women in his Europe Écologie Les Verts (EELV) party.
(5) The quality of life here would be inconceivable in Paris or London,” says Gosset, head of R&D at Santé Verte, a food supplements specialist.
(6) 2) The Vert's values of the BA-NA ratio profilograms in each age group based on the data of 9-year olds tended to decrease as age increased.
(7) Algeria have taken the opposite tack to South Korea's toffee pelters , the press lauding Les Verts as heroes and shuffling together a petition to persuade Vahid Halilhodzic to stay on as coach, as Rob Bleaney reports : The Algerian coach is set to leave his position after the tournament, having endured a long-running battle with some sections of the media.
(8) Sandrine Rousseau, 44, an economist and spokesperson for the Green party, Europe Écologie Les Verts (EELV), told an investigation by Mediapart and France Inter radio that during a party meeting, Baupin had cornered her in a corridor, pinned her against the wall, held her breasts and tried to kiss her by force.
(9) Of 102 members of two families living in the Baie Verte Peninsula, Newfoundland, 39 were found to have familial hyperlipoproteinemia.
(10) The three other candidates from the far left Parti de Gauche, Europe Ecologie Les Verts and the far-right Front National would trail behind with scores failing to reach double figures in the final round, according to the poll.
(11) And Alex Connell, principal tutor at the Vegetarian Society's cookery school, Cordon Vert, is currently helping students to discover the Caribbean, and its novel use of fresh chilli, spices and sweet ingredients: "It's a good source of new and interesting ingredients, like ackee, callaloo, cassareep and breadfruit."
(12) Our results indicate that a unilateral deficit causes a markedly different alteration for HOR VOR dynamics compared to the effect on VERT VOR.
(13) The effect of this type of unilateral deficit on VOR gain and long time constant were determined as well as the time course of the compensation processes for HOR and VERT VOR dynamics.
(14) Eleven cases of ischemic heart disease with or without myocardial infarction from two families in the Baie Verte Peninsula, Newfoundland, were studied.
(15) Summary--Ru-Vert, a combination product, containing in each tablet, 25 mg of pentylenetetrazol, 12.5 mg of pheniramine maleate, and 50 mg of nictonic acid, was evaluated in the treatment of seventeen patients with benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
(16) A shoe-seller from Cap Vert, Jason Monteiro Furtado, 21, was on holiday in the town and began what has been described as a lighthearted turn, delivered from just behind the removable security barriers that line the main drag in Cannes.
(17) We then used the Fuzzy theory to change Vert's formula and obtained facial types.
(18) Fifty of 51 (98.1%) successfully verted women delivered a cephalic presentation infant at term.
(19) In verted sacs from normal rats, there was a decrease in transfer and in accumulation of L-cystine (0.03 mM) and L-valine (0.065 mM) when ACPC was on the mucosal (luminal) side.
(20) In the first group of localities, P. perniciosus was very abundant (87.8%) and S. minuta scarce (12.0%); in the second group, P. perfiliewi was the only species collected; in the third group, P. perfiliewi was very abundant (98.0%), S. minuta was vert scarce (1.1%) and P. perniciosus even more so (0.7%).